Bangle: Bangles are circular, solid bracelets that are often worn with other pieces of the same kind. While they can sometimes come with clasps or be open in the middle, they are usually designed so that they can be easily slipped onto the wrist.
Bar: A bar bracelet features a chain with a metal bar in the middle, which can usually be engraved. These pieces are generally made of gold or sterling silver, but can also feature gemstone components.
Cuff: A cuff bracelet is similar to a bangle in that it does not feature a closure, and simply rests on the wrist with a gap or open area on the inside of the wrist. It will typically have a “C” shape.
Bolo: Bolo bracelets get their name from the unique lariat-like clasp, inspired by the western bolo tie — a looped cord that was secured with a decorative clasp.
Pearl: Our pearl strand bracelets feature silk thread and cultured pearls. They are knotted between every pearl to prevent the pearls from abrading each other and to keep each pearl secure should the bracelet break.
Charm: This type of bracelet has ornaments or charms, such as decorative pendants, attached to the bracelet’s links.
ID: An ID bracelet has a small metal bar or other shape where one can engrave a name, initials or essential information.